The U.S. Dollar closed Monday’s session lower as recent solid economic data eased worries about a slowdown in global economy, pushing investors to reduce safe-haven positions in the greenback.
The U.S. Dollar closed Tuesday’s session lower as the threat from U.S. President Donald Trump administration of imposing tariffs on EU imports raised the prospect of a further growth decline and after the International Monetary Fund's bearish update on global growth.
The U.S. Dollar closed Wednesday’s session in the red as the Federal Reserve's hinted in the minutes from Federal Reserve's March meeting that they are willing to leave interest rates unchanged amid signs of slowing growth and risk from trade tensions.
The U.S. Dollar ended Thursday’s session higher helped by better-than-expected economic data that eased investors concerns about a Federal Reserve interest-rate cut.
The U.S. Dollar finished Friday’s session lower on signs of economic stabilization in China and a strong start to the U.S. corporate earnings season boosted demand for riskier assets.
The U.S. Dollar was little changed at the end of Monday’s session as investors remained cautious after U.S. President Donald Trump attack on the Federal Reserve over the weekend.
The U.S. Dollar advanced in Tuesday’s session as positive Chinese and European data reduced investors concern over a slowdown in the global economy.
The U.S. Dollar weakened on Wednesday’s session as positive economic data in China increased investor appetite for risky assets.
The U.S. Dollar finished Thursday’s session higher on strong economic data which eased investors’ concern about the outlook of the global economy and pointed to strength in the U.S. economy.
The U.S. Dollar advanced against a basket of the other major currencies in holiday-thinned trade Friday, with many financial markets closed for the Good Friday holiday.
The U.S. Dollar edged lower against a basket of currencies in thin holiday-impacted trading on Monday.
The U.S. Dollar edged higher against a basket of currencies on Tuesday as new home sales surged to a 17-month high, suggesting resilience in the U.S. housing market after disappointing existing home sales numbers.
The U.S. Dollar surged against a basket of currencies on Wednesday after strong US housing data further eased concerns of a slowdown in the world's biggest economy.
The U.S. Dollar finished Friday’s session lower, breaking a three-day streak of gains after soft inflation data overshadowed an overall strong U.S. growth report.